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Old November 5 2009, 07:44 PM   #1
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What is your favourite Tv moments

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Old November 7 2009, 05:16 AM   #2
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Re: What is your favourite Tv moments

Everything that ever happened on Dexter!!! Especially

Tonight's the Night. First minute or so...

Dexter hits Paul with the skillet. (Rassin frassin can't find a good link.)

Dark Passenger Speech.

Dexter imagines confessing to Deb.

Dexter "owns" Doakes.

Wish I could find the showdown at the swamp shack on YouTube. Can't believe nobody's uploaded that. Talk about intense!!!

Okay, who's got the Lost laundry list?
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Old November 7 2009, 06:08 AM   #3
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Re: What is your favourite Tv moments

We already have a thread on this, here on page 2.
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Old November 7 2009, 06:12 AM   #4
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Re: What is your favourite Tv moments

Game 6 of the 2009 World Series.
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Old November 7 2009, 06:39 AM   #5
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I love Dexter as well, and those above were some great moments, I also liked when Dexter admits his issues to his shrink in season 1.

Another recent show I love is the UK Life on Mars, which is memorable start to finish. the Live and Let die swim trunks chase from the second episode was memorable for me.

And since there was a laundry list of sorts for Dexter, I think I'll compile a few clips for Twin Peaks.

Cooper's introduction - This is one of the best introductions to a character ever, and is especially effective after the mournful first 30 minutes or so of the pilot

Albert pisses everyone off - in fairness, Albert always pissed everyone off, but this was the height of the character's greatness. His rant about "Dullards, Dunces and Dumbells" is one of the greatest insults I've ever heard on television.

SPOILERS! Killer revealed. - Twin Peaks had a lot of comedy, but it could be downright violent and depressing when it wanted to be. this scene is so beautifully done. it's cinematic.

Rocks and Bottles / Cooper's Dream - these were both great scenes that underlined the more mystical element of the show, one in a comedic way, and one is a surrealist, disturbed way. The Dream Sequence is still one of the strangest moments is tv history.

Don't drink that coffee! - Me and my girlfriend quote the line in this all the time for some reason.

I always like these threads, especially the links. It always gives me good ideas for what to watch next.

Finally, for the whedonites out there, I love the ending of "Out of Gas" when Mal looks back at serenity and just knows it's the ship he wants. it's great.
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